Nepal is a beautiful landlocked country located between China and India. Nepal is known for its natural beauty, the country of the Himalayas, and diverse culture, and traditions. As for travelers entering the territory of Nepal, a Visa is required. Nepal has its own visa and here you can get the visa information of different trekking, tours country including Nepal.

The travelers will also get the Nepal visa on arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu, though there will be a larger crowd of people in the airport to get the visa on arrival. So we recommend you get the Nepal visa from the Immigration department of Nepal, from your own country before commencing the Trip in Nepal.

 Visa Types:

 Visiting Nepal, there are various visas to enter Nepal. The types of Visa are as follows:

  • Tourist Visa: This type of visa is for travelers who wish to explore Nepal and participate in different activities. Such visas are valid for 15,30 and 90 days respectively.
  •  Business Visa: The Business Visa is for businessman, visiting Nepal for their Business Purposes, and the Business visa is valid for a year from the date of Issue.
  •  Transit Visa: Transit visas are issued to those travelers who wish to travel to their destination through Nepal. While the visa is only valid for 3 days.
  •  Student Visa: Student visas are mainly issued to students from any country who are willing to study in Nepal.

Visa Requirements:

To get a visa to Nepal, all travelers need to submit the following documents:

  • A valid passport with a short of six months validity from the date of entry.
  • A visa application form that has been completed.
  • Two passport-sized photographs.
  • You can pay the visa fee with cash and a credit card.

Visa Extension:

Tourists are eligible to extend their visa to Nepal only once in Nepal up to 150 days, during January and December. The visa extension fee will be charged as per the number of days staying in Nepal.

Visa Cost:


Bhutan is a small country situated in the Eastern Himalayas. Bhutan offers a unique culture, traditions, and mesmerizing landscapes of Mountain ranges. While to visit Bhutan visitors need to obtain a visa from the registered tour operator of Bhutan.

Visa Types

Bhutan only offers one type of Visa which is a Tourist Visa and can not be extended. It means the visitors need to fly back to the next destination, leaving Bhutan.

Visa Requirements

To get a visa to Bhutan, you need to follow the following steps:

  • Book a tour with the licensed and registered Bhutan tour operator,
  • Submit a copy of your passport with a minimum validity of six months from the date of entry,
  • Pay the visa fee, which is included in the tour price,
  • Receive a visa clearance letter from the Bhutanese Department of Immigration either in hard copy or in your email,

Visa Extension:

However, for the Bhutan Purpose, you cannot extend the Visa.

Visa Cost:

While planning to explore Bhutan, the minimum spending per day is USD 250, which includes all your visa fees, transportation, and tour packages.


The Tibet autonomous region is located in China. Tibet is known for the stunning views of the mountain ranges and the diverse culture and unique traditions of the ancient Tibetan people. To explore and travel to Tibet, travelers need to get a Chinese Visa and Tibet Travel Permit.

Visa Types

Chinese Visa: A Chinese visa is required to enter China. The Chinese Visa can easily be obtained from the Chinese Embassy within your Home country and the registered tour operator as well.

Tibet Travel Permit

While commencing a travel plan to Tibet, firstly you need to issue a Tibet Travel permit. The Tibet Travel Permit is only available from the registered tour agency or the tour operator.

Visa Requirements

To get the visa from China and the Tibet Travel Permit, on the first basis you need to submit the following documents:

  • A valid passport with a minimum of six months validity from the time of entry.
  • A visa application form that has been completed.
  • Two passport-sized photographs.
  • Visa fees can be paid in cash or by credit card.
  • Application for Tibet Travel Permit, which includes a copy of your passport and visa.
  • A tour itinerary or an offer letter from a Chinese or Tibetan travel agency.

Visa Extension

During the time of exploring the Tibet region, you cannot extend the Tibet Travel Permit. So, you need to leave Tibet before the Permit date expires. If you are planning to stay more days, then you need to extend the Chinese visa.

Visa Cost

The Cost of a China visa depends on the length of days you will be staying in China and the category of the visa you will be choosing.

The following types of visas cost approximately as below:

Tourist Visa

The Tourist visa costs around USD 135 for single entry, double entry, and multiple entry as well, with a validity of 6 months or less.

The cost of visa fees in China depends on the country of application and the length of days you’ve been staying within the country.